Sweet Paul Fall 2013

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After sitting down to talk with Paul Lowe of Sweet Paul Magazine for my radio show the other week, I’ve been anxiously awaiting the next issue. When the temperatures start to dip, I feel a major urge to stay indoors and nest and Paul always comes up with some of my favorite ideas for fall decorating and warm-weather meals.

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The new issue just debuted this week and it is chock-full of beautiful DIY projects (I love all the pumpkin decorating options!), delicious meals (the roasted pears look incredible) and great interviews. One interview in particular stood out to me this time- a feature on one of my favorite ceramics artists, Paula Grief. I’ve been collecting Paula’s work bit-by-bit for the past few years and this peek inside her life and her studio is just stunning. If you haven’t picked up a copy yet or read it online, click here to check out the latest issue of Sweet Paul. It’s the perfect way to ease into fall colors, food and decorating. xo, grace

More from Sweet Paul Magazine’s fall issue after the jump…

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  1. Alice Bradshaw says:

    Ooh I love these items ! I love painted mug and I love DIY on pumpkins too !
    so fan of your blog ahah :)
    Xxx

  2. Desiree says:

    Who makes that beautiful pour over coffee maker?!! It is absolutely gorgeous… I must have it!

  3. Great stuff! Pail is THE best!

  4. Nic says:

    Dig that Spoon – Sculpture come utility.

  5. Erin says:

    I have yet to get my hands on this issue. It looks SO good, as always!

    xx Erin

  6. Vanessa says:

    These are not a Want, they’re a Need!

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